It’s been a while since Neelu’s last breach of the restraining order that was imposed upon her following her July trial, so we were probably overdue for another round…and sure enough, like mushrooms after rain, a brand new breach popped up on her Facebook page yesterday afternoon.
In standard Neelu style, the actual breach is preceded by a barrage of gibberish—in this case, she seems to believe that various local authorities in the UK have been issuing “licenses for sex slave industry”.
We don’t know how to break this to Neelu and her nutty followers, but the “sex slave industry” (by which we presume she means human trafficking, its more usual name) does not operate as a licensed industry. It is very much illegal, and is often linked to organised crime.
In fact, the sex industry Neelu is talking about here actually refers to sex shops, the sort of place where consenting adults go to purchase sex toys, vibrators, and kinky lingerie for those special moments. We know it will come as a terrible shock to Neelu, but such shops are in fact quite legal, and therefore do require licensing by local authorities, just as any other shop might.
What about the restraining order breach?
There, now that’s out of the way, let’s move along to Neelu’s latest restraining order breach.
Actually, it’s fairly straightforward:
Mainstream media is invited to revisit the allegations made by the mother of the two Hampstead children at 33 minutes of the YouTube video “Satanic Church Exposed”.
This is followed by a YouTube link which we won’t replicate, as we have no intention of further publicising this information. Suffice to say that it features Ella Draper reading her “witness statement”, repeating material that Neelu is expressly prohibited from sharing online.
3. Not to make public in any way, including on the internet by any blog or otherwise including by re-publication of material already made public before the making of this order;
A) Anything relating to any persons set out in paragraph 1 above.
B) Any allegations of cannibalism, sexual child abuse or satanism, at any time at or in relation to Christchurch or Christchurch Primary School.
Neelu has quite clearly done it again, as predicted; now, the question is how long it will take police to take action to enforce the restraining order. Stay tuned….